Monday morning marked the end of the carefree days summer for the members of the Moffat County High School football team and the beginning of a whole new season. The team’s practices began this week with early morning and evening sessions, with the two-a-days whipping the young men into shape.
County attorney reviewing information, has yet to become public
On Aug. 8, the Evanston (Wyoming) Police Department concluded its investigation into the alleged Moffat County football hazing incident that took place in Evanston from June 18 to 20. Uinta County Prosecuting Attorney E. Dean Stout now will review the evidence and make recommendations about how to deal with any criminal activity that might have taken place at the football camp.
Head down, knees bent, back straight, hands correctly positioned. It takes a lot of concentration just for the stance of a golf swing, not to mention the stroke itself, but the members of Moffat County High School’s boys golf team are up for the challenge of mastering the motion.
Meeting will include health, safety checks, food, fun
The Moffat County High School football team will be meeting Friday to finalize pre-season details before practices officially begin.
Football practices start Aug. 11
The MCHS auditorium was full of football players and their families meeting newly hired head football coach Keith Gille and Athletics and Activities Director Mike Mitchell.
Moffat County School District has a new head football coach and athletic director. The district announced Wednesday morning that it has hired Mike Mitchell as the seventh-through-12th-grade athletic director for the school district, and Keith Gille is the new head coach of the Moffat County High School Bulldogs football team.
The Northwest Colorado prep football region is in need of game officials for the upcoming season and beyond, a strenuous time commitment at times, one ref says, but worth it for those who love the game.
Police investigation still underway
Moffat County School District is moving forward with its search for new football coaches and plans to hire a new head coach by early next week.
Coaches asked to resign, athletic director needed for sports
Craig Police Department personnel confirmed that representatives from the Evanston Police Department in Wyoming will be in Craig Thursday to investigate the alleged hazing incident with the Moffat County High School football team while at football camp in the Wyoming town.
Moffat County School District has asked the six football coaches from the district’s high school football team to resign following a hazing incident that happened several weeks ago in Evanston, Wyoming.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on his two years in the community.
Alicia Nelson of the MCHS class of 2009 will compete for a national championship Saturday in the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships.
Evanston Police Department in Wyoming and the Craig Police Department are currently investigating an alleged hazing incident that occurred at the Moffat County High School football team’s annual football camp June 18 though 20 in Evanston, Wyoming.
With CHSAA's 2014-16 cycle coming up, Moffat County football is moving down, while others will see new opponents moving into their divisions.
In two weeks, the Bulldogs will go to team camp in Wyoming, where they will put their offense and defense to the test.